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What Do You Have That's RED and Could Save a Life Today?

Posted by Julie Kramer  August 2, 2012 02:34 PM
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I always say it is so easy to give to charity, to do for others, and put good karma into the universe. I know times are tough, you are very busy, work has you longer hours than expected. your mother wonders why you never call, It becomes very overwhelming sometimes. I know something you can do that will not cost you a cent, only takes and hour and will save lives. GIVE BLOOD.

August is a slow time for blood donations because schools are out of session, businesses on summer schedules and regular donors are out of town on vacations. Donations are down more than 10 percent across the country resulting in 50,000 fewer pints of blood than expected. Your blood is needed, please remember those who need blood, and to add giving blood to your busy summer schedule.

The Red Cross asks that anyone who is eligible to give blood please consider making a donation appointment. All blood types are needed; especially donors with O-Negative and Positive, A-Negative and B-Negative blood. To make an appointment to donate, call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733 2767), or click here. Walk-ins are always welcome.
Give blood and this weekend and tell your friends you just saved a life. A little bit of good karma goes a long way.


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